East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 12, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 1

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    DAILY EVENING EC: HON
DAILY EVENING EDITION
p-nrer-aM for BOOMta ni-rgna hy the
Called Slates WeihT fHervcr
at Portland
TO ADVERTISERS.
Ill Kant Oregonlan haa tha largest mid
circulation of any paper In Oregon, eaat of
Portland and over twice the circulation In
Pendleton of any other newspaper.
Tonight and Wednesday Increasing
cloudiness; probably showers.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
VOL. 27.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915.
NO. 8624
BACK IS CLAIM
MADE FROM NISH
Excepting at Belgrade Teutons
Make no Headway Suburb of
Belgrade in Serbian Hands.
INVASION BE6AN MONDAY
Berlin iiMirt sio- Iturtro-Germaao
llr Captured BMMWMa a Dun-nix-
tv Town- London Hun Hui-
giu"tan- Repotted by Serbians.
NISH, Oct. 12. Hurled buck ut j
many point! along the Danube, the
.Save and the Drlna, the Austro-Ger- .
man invaders of Serbiu are not pro- i
grcsslng except at Helgrude and vlcl-1
nlty. AlMM th- Danube they were;
ropuls. d between Klawii and the Mo
rava river mouth. When they at- '
tempted a IO pari 111 between Hmedc
ii vn and Godomlns, they were re-1
l ulled. The Serbians again took De-1
dljontc Inflicting heavy losses on the
enemy. F.ven In Belgrade and nel-1
ghborhood the Hermans are meeting
strong reBlatnnce. The suburb of
!heat Vatlchar U in the hands jt the
.Serbian:-, despite repeated neavj
inrlM h ihe Invaders.
I
Bulgarian Repulsed.
l,i'NliU. Oct. 12. All Bulgarian;
attacks have been repulsed thus far,
tha Serbian legation announced. They
said the Bulgarian Invasion began
Monday night.
Hate entered Serbia.
PA RIB, Oct. 12. The Bulgarians
have penetrated Serbia at Ztltchnr.
according to reliable Information.
( lalm German Success.
UKRLIN, Oct 12. -The Austro
GariXMUl invaders have captured Sem-
end ria. R Danube river town, an of fl -1
rial statement said. Also Illuxt In
the DvlMk region.
English Submarines
c? a f i'l' :
ClinK UcriTrdll 3IIIJJS
BRITISH BUBMKRJSIBiiBg TTACK
COMMERCE BKFWBBM BWB- i
DBM AM) GKHMAYY.
I
LONI'ON. Oct. 12 Copenhagen
dispatches reported a German coast I
steamer sunk In Calmer Sound, Swe
den, presumably by n British subma
rine. The admiralty did not confirm
the report. Other Copenhagen mea
sages said the C.ermanla, a Oermaa '
steamer, was beached after being tif
ei upon, presumably ny an Kngllsh
s i bm aline.
FRENCH RAID GERMAN
AVIATION SUPPLY
CAMP
AMSTERDAM. Oct.
11. All uei-,
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Ghent aviation grounds were destroy-
ed In an allies aeroplane raid, accord-.
Kcho Beige.
GERMANS SEND NEW
MEN 10 WEST LINE
i iti Mil claim RODENT st -
cranes ovEn Germans
shook GERMAN spirit
PAR18, I u t 12. In the face of re
cenl Herman denials. French war of-1
flee declares Germany has hastily
hurled additional troops Into tha j
western front fighting. These inclu-1
(led even members of the guards
withdrawn from the eastern front,
said tin official statement. The Ger
man morale Is shaken, the statement
added Twenty five thousand Ger
tn. in prisoner, it Is claimed have fill,
ten into French hands, along with
two hundred and forty six pieces of
abandoned artillery. Included In the
prisoners in Ihe Artols and Cham
pagne regions are men from ninety
two different regiments.
French Hold Own,
PARIS Oct. 12. French forcea
held their own In fierce trench fight
ing which continued last night ar
ound Souchcz and IjtFolle heights
said an official communique.
WIWDNNN MAN To
HEAD MONTANA VARSITY
H F.LENA. Mont., Oct 12 -Edwr-rd
( harle Elliott, professor of education
at the TTnlveralty of Wisconsin, was
elected chancellor of Montana's high
er educational Institutions hy the
state board of education.
Kiinlc by Submarine.
t)NDON. Oct. 12 The Brltlrh
steamship Hallxonea. five thousand
tons, engaged In the South Amerlcen
trade waa sunk hy a submarine The
fate of her crew Is unknown.
Scene of New Orleans Waterfront After Great Storm !
I The plcturf showi the
j H,ear,,or8 drlv(.n ,, ,he
wharves
long the New Orleans waterfront by
the rerent hurricane In which hun-j
Army of Crows Mile Long, WOO
Feet Wide, Sweep Over Project
(Special Correapondence.) i smallest type of the twenty different
HEHMIbTON, Ore., Oct. 12. An species being migratory In Its habits,
army of several divisions consisting of I Unlike the common crow of the mid
hundred! of crows In each dlvialon die stales with Its cry of caw, caw,
paaaed over the southwest part otjeaw. this crow mole resembles the
the Umatilla project .Sunday morn-1 migratory bird of the eastern and
ing en route to their southern rend- southern coast stales of the first va
ezvous. j rlety, Its call being much sorter, as
In passing through, sections, ap- ha. ha. ha.
I'urently, or each division, would1 In the destruction of small chick
drop out and feed in the alfalfa 'ens and the eating of Jiew lv planted
j fields bordering tb
bordering the Umatilla river,
At one time when most of thf birds
nan ngntcu mere was a continuous
smi, h of black of not less than a
mile in length and I thousand feet
wide,
A" b' rder the flock rose In a
cloud and disappeared In the south
like a huge volume of smoke.
The crow of this section is of the
Gain Shown in
Attendance at
Local Schools
M the present time the total school j
I enrollment in Pendleton show s a gain
I of S6 over the corresponding time one
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superintendent Hampton show the
rm,;lrativi, tttendance this year and
, . . . ,in.
1H15 1914
Washington 286 2921
Hawthorne 299 279
Lincoln 232 21
High 2S1 250
Field 42 ...
Totals tl 1043
The reopening of the Field school
is the cause of a reduced attendance
at the Washington school.
OBREGON MAY GIVE
BATTLE NEAR JAUREZ
ix paso. Oct. 11. Genera obre-!
gon'p forces are reported approaching j
JUaroO, where a battle Is regarded as'
Imminent. Cattlemen have protested
to the state and agricultural depart
ments that an embargo should be
laid on the Importation of Mexican
cattle as Vllllslas are slaying man?
across the border owned by Ameri
cans. iiUKim wt.i.i
SOI, Dll lis
GENERAL WEBB
HONOR
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 12. One
hundred and fifty veterans of the
Philadelphia Brigade, which helped
repulse Pickett's charge at Bloody
Angle. Gettysburg battlefield. July i.
lS6u, left today In a special Philadel
phia Heeding car to attend the re.
union and dedication of the General
Webb monument to be unveiled to
morrow at Gettysburg. The veterans
are all members of the 69th, 71st and
lfldth Regiments, which conatltuted
the brigade of which Oeneral Webb
waa the commander. They will be
headed by Brigadier General G. J. R.
Miller and Adjutant John R. Wurman.
Protewts to Sultan.
ROME, Oct. 12. The pope haa
written personally to the Sultan pro
testing against wholesale massacres
of Armenians a correspondents, said
killed and mllUoni
i dune to property
mass of timber! 1
lars
I city.
toe
N
corn and own grain the crow is verv
destructive, though ne upsets this
depredation by devouring grub
worms, inserts and other crop de-
stroyers.
Audubon says to the
would tell them that II
In killing crows, the be
doing so is when their i
farmers,, "I
they persist
ripen."
Holiday Stops all
Wheat Pit Activity
Owing to the fact this is Columbus
Day, a legal holiday, there has been
no win at market operation.; In Port
land or Chicago. The onh UiarkOtl
open tiiay are Minneapolis and Wln
nepeg. Prices are reported unchang
ed. l,iH-ipHil Yesterda) )
LIVERPOOL, Oct, 11.-
wheat firm, l-2d to 2d higher.
Wheat Spot No. 1 Man tob
1 -2d; No. 2. lis lid; No. 2. ;
l-ld; No. 1 Northern Doluth, 11
-No. 2 hard winter, 12s.
In American terms the LIV
PliOO Is now $l.li 1-1 0 per bus
II ISTK EVIDENT WITH
REFERENCE To CAItKANZA
WASHI.i;t,i., ,,cl, 12. Haste to
cAtnnldta the formalities attendant
:pon the recognition of Cartanta is
evident. The administration probab
ly does not want to appoint a new
ambassador. A formal statement of
plans Is expected soon from the White
House.
lit ssl CLAIMS GAINS
I LONG STI! PA RIVER
1'ETROGRAl), Oct. 12. The Rus
sians have broken the enemys front
on the Strypa river In Galicia. and
Captured two thousand men. sixty of
ficers, four cannon, ten Maxims and
are following up the success it Is semi
officially announced today.
NEWS SUMMARY
OeaoraL
IloMon wins again from PhllHc!
Rumania Mill be with allbw.
serlis elalm Invaders are buHcd
back.
(Oral.
l.uvllcnt talent aPCTUstd foe the
high school lyivum COOVH which be
gins next month
School atUMidancr show a train
over last year.
Two arrested on suspicion of be
ing hold-up men are later released.
Mammmh army of ctows - u at
Hermlxton.
dol- left which mark the remains of an
tnelold river steamer pounded to kindling
rne
! paddle
Identlf;
raging wind
and water, her
lie
BRITAIN TO PLACE
ALL COTTON GOODS
LONDON, (ict. 12. Great Britain'!
intention to declare cotton piece goods
and cither cotton products contra
band of was was announced by For
eign Minister lirey In the commons.
Grey said dreat I ritaln means also to
prohibit trade in all goods susceptible
of being made in;o munitions to coun
tries adjoining the central empires.
WILL ACCEPT GERMANY'S
OFFER OF ARBITRATION
WASHINGTON, i cu 12.-Acceptance
of the I'erlin offer to arbitrate
'ierinany's liability in the sinking of
the "Frye" is contained in a note the
state department sent the German
foreign office. I'erlin has also agreed
to negotiate amicably an interprepa
tlon of treaties covering the "Frye"
loss, over which Germany laised a
oestion.
ALEXANDER MAY NOT GOME
HERE WITH THE ALL STARS
BOSTON SOX M PHILLIES WI1
PLAY IN ITUSOO AT tiOSF.
Ol SERIES.
Boston. Oct. 12. The m
commission has decided to alio
I'.ed Sox and Phillies to go no
Ol the Pacific coast immediate!
lowing the world! series The
will
play In Chicago, 1 unalia. Denver and
other western cities. It is planned I"
have the clubs play In San Francisco
the last Saturday in October.
According to Carl Cooley. who yes
terday received a contract for the All
Stars to play In Pendleton on Novem
ber 13, the aggregation of ball play
ers coming here w ill not be compris
ed of men on tin Boston or Philadel
phia teams now playing owing to the
foregoing plans having been made In
Boston by the national commission to
allow the winners In the American
and National leagues to play in San
Francisco. Despite the tact the first
anuoumement of the line-up contain
ed the names of Alexander, Klllifer,
(ieorge Burns. Cady and Barrv. Mr.
Cooley doubts If these players will
come this way. so the fans may poa
albl be disappointed at not seeing
the balldom stars who have made
history for themselves In the present
world's championship aeries. The
All Stars are being managed by
Frank Bancroft of Cincinnati and
will be made op of playera in Amer
ican and National league teams which
took subordinate places at the close
of the season. The great Christy
Mathewaon and Walter Schang will
probably be the beat known, from
their former performance!, to be
seen here. R is not entirely certain
that Alexander will not come here,
but Mr. Cooley doubta it very much
aa the schedule, aa arranged at Bos
ton today, would keep the tnama In
the southern territor). thus prevent
ing theli appear. ime in this section
RED SfAGAIN
Hir-xt
TV, 0 TO
Chalmers Fell Down Trying to Field Bunt
Shore Pitches Great Game for Boston
Phillies Only Run Came in Eighth-50,000
People See Game Today.
I adulated Score.
Philadelphia, AB R H PO A
Stock, 3b 4 0 1 0 3
Bancroft, as 2 U 0 U 0
t'askert, cf 4 0 0 5 0
I'ravath, It 4 1 1 0 0
Luderus, lb 4 0 3 6 I
Hecker, If 0 0 0 0 0
Whltted, lf-lb 3 0 0 4 0
Niehoff, 2b 3 0 0 2 1
Hums, c 3 0 1 7 2
I'halmers. p 4 0 1 0 4
Liugey 0 0 0 0 0
"Byrne 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 1 7 24 10
Ran for Luderus In eighth.
'Batted for Chalmers in ninth.
Boston.
AB K H PO A
Hooper, rf 4 0 1
Scott, 88 4 0 0
Speaker, cf 3 0 1
HobliUel. lb 4 1 3
Lewil, If i 2 0 1
Gardner, 3b 4 0 0
Barry, 2b 2 1 0
Cady, c 3 0 2
Shore, ji
2 0 0 0
Totals 28 2 8 27 9 1
.Score by Innings.
Pbiladel'a R 00000001 0 1
H 11010112 0 7 J
Boston . . . R 00100100 2
H00211202 8 I
Summary Sacrifice hits, Whltted
Lewla, Shore; two base hits. Lewis;!
three base hits, Cravath; stolen'
bases. Dugey; first on balls, off Shore1
4. off Chalmers 3; struck out, by!
Shore 4, by Chalmers 6; left on
bases, Philadelphia 8, Boston 7.
BOSTON, Oct. 12. Boston's on.
rushing Red Sox climbed to within,
one game of the world's baseball
championship by defeating the Phil-'
lies in the fourth game two to one, be
(ore a tremendous crowd. The bat- j
ting honors were equally divided be-j
tween Luderus, the Philadelphia first
saeker, and Dick Hoblitzel, who op- j
erates around the same bag for Bos-
ton, Boston's first run came in the
tinl on a combination of pecullai !
hits and circumstances. After Barry
had walked. Cady bunted toward :
Chalmers and George fell down try-j
ing to field It. Shore sacrificed
them t.i second and third and Hooper j
got a freak single which scored Barry. ,
The ball bounded over Niehoffs head
Chalmers then steadied and forced j
Scott to foul to Whitted and Speaket j
to pop weakly to Luderus. Boston'.,
other run came in the sixth when I
LXVT. jotirt
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LONDON. Oct. 12 -Announcemen ;
J-."" r:."-;"-1" . .I'M
Lieutenant John H. Toweri. assistant
naval attache to the Cnlted States
embasst
Naval Attache to Wed English Girl
I
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fe jj"a
aBraK&s;5sas
-oana 1 8i'
here to MLss Lily N Cat
Phillies
ONE SCORE
Lewla' double scored Hoblitzel, who
got on by alngling. Philadelphia's
only run came in the eighth. Two
men were down when Cravath hit a
low liner. Cravath reached third on
it. Luderus scored him with a single.
There were approximately oo.Ono at
the game.
First Inning.
Philadelphia Stock singled and
out. stretching, Lewis to Scott; Ban
croft walked and took second on
Barry's error; Paskert fanned; Cra
vath fanned. No runs, 1 hit, 1 error.
Boston Hooper fanned: Scott fan
ned; Speaker walked; Speaker out,
stealing, Burns to Niehoff. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Second inning.
Philadelphia Luderus singled,
Whitted sacrificed, HobliUel to Bar
ry; Niehoff fouled to Cady; Burns
walked; Chalmers fanned. No runs
1 hit, no errors.
Boston Hoblitzel Tanned; Lewis
out, Chalmers to Luderus; Gardner
flied to Paskert. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
Third Inning.
Philadelphia Stock out, Gardner
to Hoblitzel; Bancroft walked; Pas
kert fanned; Cravath filed to Lewis
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston Barry walked, Cady sin
gled; Shore sacrificed, Stock to Lu
derus; Hooper singles; Barry score 1
on Hooper's single; Scott fouled to
Whitted; Speaker out, Luderus unas
sisted One run, 2 hits, no errors
Fourth Inning.
Philadelphia Luderus flied to
Hooper; Whitted out, Scott to Hob
litzel; Niehoff Walked: Burns sin
gled; Chalmers forced Jfiehoff on
third. No runs, l hit, no errors.
(Continued on page five.)
TODAY'S GAME IS LAST
WHERE PLAYERS PROFIT
BOSTON. Oct. It. The players in
the Boston and Philadelphia teams
were anxious to see a great attend
ance today, as this contest is the last
in which they share. It M estimated
that including today! receipts, the
player! will split approximately 1150.
000. The winners receive Id per cent
or about $00,000, the losers receive
Id per cent.
HSS ULY yv. OvtSrAt,
s,air. only daughter f rharlea 5 j
.".' ql Mayralr. The wedding
will probably pUu., tn thp (m.
baes and will b :.,t.a. .... - .
nu 1
RUMANIA TO BE
with allies IN
Premier Announces Mobilization
Under Way-Will Take Their Own
Time as to Fighting.
BULBARS STRIKE AT SERBS
New Greek IrtmMT Announces Pol
Icy of Ann.ng But SaiyB Greene Will
Continue Pa-t policy Recording
War Will Adapt Attitude to
Events.
PARIS, Oct. 12. Rumania
has decided to ally with the
entente powers but will take
her own time to decide when
to battle against the Teutons,
a Rome dispatch quotes the
Rumanian premier as assurim?
i Italy. The Rumanian army is
I rapidly moblizin j, according
!to reliable Bucharest reports.
Bulgarians Make Attack
LONDON, Oct. 12. The
Bulgarians delivered a blow
against Serbia, two divisions
crossing the frontier at Gari
boghaz, about thirty miles
from Nish, according to Ath
ens dispatches. Gariboghaz
is on the railroad the allies
must traverse from Salonika
if they help the Serbians.
Meantime on the northern
frontier Von Mackensen's for
ces are advancing southeast
ward, also toward Nish for a
junction with the Bulgarians.
Greece io Watching
LONDON, Oct. 12. Intro
ducing his policy to the legisla
tive chamber Monday, M. Zai
mis, new premier of Greece
declared the internacional sit
uation is complicated and dan
gerous, according to an Ath
ens dispatch. "The policy of
my administration," he said,
"is founded on the samp nrin-
ciples which have guided
Greece since the war began., It
is better to protect our vital in
terests and our neutrality that
we be armed for the present.
Our future attitude will be ad
apted to events."
Lyceum Course to
Start November 18
MU8ICAL COMPANY IT RT PRO
GRAM COMING; DVTF.S SWT
FOR LATER M MBERS
The high srhool lyceum course will
start November 15 with the Oxford
company in song and drama The
program has now been completelv
arranged and all the advertlaing mat.
ter has be.m received by Bwpertn
tendent Hampton aid will noon 00
displayed In the city Followln .- the
Oxfords will come the Rlheldaffer
Sklbinsky company, a trio of n (laical
artists which has gained enthusiastic
receptions in other cities. Them
stars will te here on December 1
On January 15, Bishop Kdwln II
Hughes, lecturer, will be the at:
tlon. He is widely knows as a (Ut
fofm speaker and for hmi- :
on the Chautauqua circuits
The final number will bo hoi 00
February io when th- Metropolitan
Grand Quartet will he h. i I
cltal As in former years. UtOOO at
tractions will be at the algfe hoel
auditorium and seajon tickets t,,r
the course will Boon be placed on
sale.
Milliou.- for g d M In Metis.
WASHINGTON, Oct 1 1 upran.
! nuat d Methodist BpaKOOal minuter
! ought to ':ave about io.Jn).i)00 iw
duide among themselvea to "live la
I comfort. ' thinks the BnJttaaor! ,
; ferrnce of that charcb It atartrd
I here today to get It for them.
The conference poinu out that ihe
church which aeea Ita aged workeri
I cared for tan face "the world the
! flesh and the devil. '
Conventions for the subscription of
I this fund toda are being held In
I Washington. Baltimore, PNtfafteh,
imgersiown. lumorriand an. Kro t
burg, Md and Mar.ln.bur, Z
Keyser. W Va. Ket.r. JV
Wr roeetV! ft h ..r
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w OfOFO) waoava
Cndet the new fnnjd the.
BALKAN WARFARE
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